nondepletable


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nondepletable

(ˌnɒndɪˈpliːtəbəl)
adj
not depletable
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Climate-disrupting fossil fuels will fade into the past as countries turn to clean, climate-stabilizing, nondepletable sources of energy.
DuPont is also serving the market with environmentally smart opportunities from R&D efforts, launching products that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increasing revenues from nondepletable resources and creating products to protect people, she said.
The plant will extend Plantic's market beyond Europe and Australia while "nearly doubling" DuPont's revenues from nondepletable resources, the company says.
106) The intangible aspects of the creative expression that is the copyrightable work are nondepletable, in that one can make an infinite number of copies of it without reducing the supply available for consumption by others.
commons that occurs with nondepletable information); Benjamin G.
In stark contrast to private goods, public goods are nonexcludable and nondepletable.
The classical economists, in the 18th and 19th centuries, tended to regard the primary environmental supports for economic production activity as either non-scarce (such as air) or nondepletable (such as arable land).
If property contributed to a partnership is nondepreciable, nondepletable and nonamortizable, this special allocation is made when the partnership disposes of the property.
It acts as a source of nondepletable ballast, a shortage of which limited previous long-duration balloon flights.
There is a strong case to be made for active IR self-protection systems; they provide the only nondepletable and feasible defense against the omnidirectional modern IR-guided missile smart weapon now facing helicopters.
In contrast they saw a natural resource base that seemed so immense it was nondepletable.